Alicia Mazur, American City planner. Non-resident scholar University of Wisconsin, 1988-1990; Miller Land Use Development fellow Urban Land Institute, 1990. Member National Council Jewish Women, Chicago, since 1990; volunteer Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Madison, 1988-1989.
Mazur, Alicia was born on May 15, 1963 in Akron. Daughter of Alvin M. and Peggy A. (Greenbaum) Mazur.
Bachelor summa cum laude, Tufts University, 1985. Master of Science, University Wisconsin, 1990.
Intern, Massachusetts Urban Reinvestment Advisory Group, Boston, 1984;
intern, Fort Point Arts Community, Boston, 1985;
project manager, planner, Barge, Waggoner, Sumner & Cannon, Nashville, 1986-1988;
research assistant, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1988;
research associate, Economics Research Associations, Chicago, 1989;
planner, Madison Gas & Electric, 1989-1990;
development analyst and planner, Chicago Department Planning and Development, since 1990.
Member National Council Jewish Women, Chicago, since 1990. Volunteer Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Madison, 1988-1989.